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By Mike Baños, Editor at Large

nvestments in Northern Mindanao (Region 10) for 2017 monitored by the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) in Region 10 soared by 80% compared to the 2016, data from the agency shows.

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Rich miner mayor’s rival win in ‘proxy war’ in Agusan polls

Agri-based investments accounted for the majority of the P33.410.34-billion (B) total for the region with P14.648.12-B (44%) followed by Infrastructure and Services with P13.73B (41%) and Energy with P2.187-billion (6.55%). Misamis Oriental again led the investments parade

in the region with P24.814B, up 73% from P14.363-B in 2016. The top five monitored investment projects in the region and the province alone comprised 53% of the region’s total. These included the expansion of the San Miguel Beer distillery, construction of the

Purefoods Hormel meat processing plant, Metro Pacific’s bulk water project, continued construction of the FDC Misamis coal fired power plant, and SM’s CDO Downtown Premier Mall. However, on the aggregate, it was agri-based investments which See soar, page 11

By CHRIS V. PANGANIBAN, Contributing Editor

ROSARIO, Agusan del Sur--- The rival political camp of the mayor here reigned supreme in their proxy war in Monday’s village polls taking eight of 11 village chairs’ seats in the political exercise marred with massive vote buying activities. Former vice mayor Julie Chua leader of the opposition group going against the bets of Mayor Jose Cuyos said eight, including him who ran and won at the Poblacion, easily trumped down their opponents with large margins in the vote-rich villages. Cuyos’camp only managed to lord it over in three villages including the village of Wasian where Eduardo de Paz, the president of the Association of Barangay Captains of this town, dumped his opponent with a huge 1,802 edge. See miner, page 11

50TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION. Employees of Misamis Oriental 1 Electric Service Cooperative (Moresco-1) ended yesterday’s (May 15, 2018) launching program of the electric cooperative’s weeklong celebration for its 50th anniversary with a musical rendition. Photo by Bernard Padigos

Moresco-1 aims to be one of Asia’s top utilities LAGUINDINGAN, Misamis Oriental--The Misamis Oriental Rural Electric Cooperative (Moresco) 1 is poising itself to be one of the top utilities in Asia in 2022.

Speaking during the launching ceremony for their week-long 50th anniversary celebration at the electric-cooperative’s office at Laguindingan, Misamis

Oriental , Moresco-1 board president Agustin Caberte says they need to upgrade their system with automated equipment and facilities to conform to the standards of

the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean), of which the Philippines is a member. “But we are not See utilities, page 11

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DENR, PNP, AFP intensify anti-illegal logging, illegal mining campaign in Region 10

For violating the provisions of Section 77 of Presidential Decree 705 or the Forestry Code of the Philippines, as amended by EO 277 and renumbered by Republic Act 7161, personnel from the Department of Environment and Natural Resources, Region 10 (DENR 10) with elements from the Philippine National Police (PNP) and Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) apprehended a total of 133,766.83 board feet of lumber, 309 cubic

meters of logs/log bolts and 62 tools/equipment with an estimated value of P2,227,777 during its April 26 and 27 operation in the region. In his report to Secretary Roy A. Cimatu, Regional Director Arleigh J. Adorable said that the apprehended forest products/ timber have an estimated value of P1,258,777 and the 62 tools/equipment has an estimated value of P969,000 during the inspection of

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Having a condition that challenge our wisdom knowledge and skills in a situation, person, or thing that needs to be dealt means we are having a problem. A problem is normal to us as a leader in an organization, member in various cooperative and organization, an employee, a family member and as a citizen in this community we live in. It is something that is source of doubts, troubles, worries that will lead us sometimes to the difficulty of finding alternatives of solving the problem. Although many problems turn out to have several solutions. Some people need comfort to help them work through it. Others just need to a take break and deep breath and think logically about how to overcome it. In our field of teaching we need to exercise these having a problem we must keep an even keel to balance the difficulties and decide the best way to handle it. We have our school heads to call and

co-teachers to share what we have encounter day by day in our teaching lives and even in our family matters. Unpredictably we will face problems to grow and get lessons from it. The hard, risky and difficult the problem is it will challenge more a person’s legal competence, the mental and moral qualities distinctive to an individual in handling the situation. In working with different unique individual it takes a courage and determination to handle and manage your personnel and being an administrator. Every now and then you can encounter situations that are bound to happen in surprise where your capacity in solving that problem or situation in badly needed. There were lot of obstacles that will test the leader how mature and wise he/she is in doing and in surpassing. In our department, the principal is our leader and all the decisions made in the school comes from him. He always have the initiative to tap those teachers, stakeholders

31 wood processing plants in the municipalities of Villanueva and Tagoloan, Misamis Oriental. He said documentations are ongoing for the filing of cases for violators of forestry laws, rules and regulations. It was gathered that the anti-illegal logging campaign is an offshoot of DENR Caraga ground operation. DENR Executive Director for Anti-Illegal Logging and Anti-illegal Mining Task Force Maj. Gen.

and others that will help in solving the problem. The parents, stakeholders, teachers and students are the help of the school. Not all the time that the alternative way is going to succeed sometimes it will fail but it is the stand of the leader to continue and find other ways and solution to the said problem. “There is no problem that cannot be solve “that is according to my mother before. We are not given such trials if we cannot able to surpass it. All has come to an end and it only depends on us people how to manage and react on the certain situation we are facing day by day. A leader, administrator or school can be strengthen and have that strong leadership skills if he/she experience failures, trials and lost. Why? Because his/her ability can be measured through it. Experience is a great learning strategy that all of us can relate to it. Through those experiences either good, bad, happy, sad will teach us always a lesson and make us human become wiser and goal oriented.

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PSSupt. Rolando E. Destura (3rd from left) Police Provincial Director of Misamis Oriental witnesses the unloading of lumbers and logbolts recently apprehended by the DENR-Special Tasks Action Groups (STAGs) during the anti-illegal logging campaign in the vicinities of Tagoloan and Villanueva, Misamis Oriental. The apprehended/seized lumbers are presently in custody at the Misamis OrientalPolice Provincial Office in San Martin, Villanueva. Also in photo are DENR STAG Team leaders facilitating the unloading of lumbers. (RPAO PR #05-127-2018)

Mario F. Chan (Ret) with Col. Jett Duque, Ground Commander for Mindanao Operation, and lawyer Danilo U. Uykieng, Assistant Director of the Mines and Geosciences Bureau provided the over-all directions of the two-day operation. The DENR 10 activated an Operation Center headed by Director Adorable and organized five Special Task Action Groups (STAGs) composed of DENR personnel from the regional office and the province of Bukidnon with Misamis Oriental. Of the 31 wood

processing plants inspected, the STAGS apprehended four operating without permit or expired permit and five with existing permit, Director Adorable added. The apprehended forest products/timber were turned-over to the Provincial Police Office of Misamis Oriental for custody, while the apprehended tools/equipment were under the custody of the Community Environment and Natural Resources Officer of CENRO Initao. The 62 implements apprehended include 21 bandsaws, 8

electric motor, 2 grinder machines, 1 cutter machine, 14 saw blades, 1 rotary lathe, 2 circular saws and 13 flywheels. Director Adorable is thankful to the PNP and the AFP for continuously extending their assistance to the DENR 10. Operations against illegal mining in the region is being undertaken by the Mines and Geosciences Bureau, Region 10 with the local government units, AFP and PNP. (With report from the Enforcement Division, DENR 10) # 05-134-2018

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binabasa? Ano na lamang ang mangyari sa kanyang pag-aaral? Sa kanyang buhay? Ito ang mabigat na dahilan kung bakit nabuo ang interbensyong materyal na ito na pinamagatang “Kaklase Ko,Sagot Ko.” Ang konseptong ito ay may marubdob na hangarin na maipadama at maipakita sa mga mag-aaral kung gaano kahalaga ang pagbabasa at kung ano ang kabutihang maidudulot ng pagkahilig sa pagbabasa sa kanilang buhay. Ang interbensyong ito ay sagot sa panawagan ng DepEd na lahat ng mga estudyante ay makabasa, na walang mag-aaral na maiiwanan. Sa pamamagitan nito ay matutulungan ang mga mahihinang magaaral ng mga magagaling o “fast learners.” Sila ang magsisilbing “munting guro” ng kaklase na gagabay at tutulong sa pagbabasa at

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PH DNA: shifting currents

“We should make the Philippines a cashless society. Cashless society (means) no corruption, life is easy.” – Jack Ma, Founder of Alibaba PANGLAO, Bohol --- Finally, the country’s economy has shifted currents like the smooth, silky sea waves of this summer hideaway. And as we come close to the SONA of the President, it’s time to wrap up the good and discard the bad. We have seen the best and worst in the two years of the Duterte administration --- all those things that had brought out the best and the worst in us as a nation struggling to catch up with the rest of the ASEAN economies. What is re-assuring however is that even the worst phase in our lives can change

into the most amazing one with great optimism. And what is good news is that the saturation point is not yet felt (not yet, literally!) when it comes to the war on drugs, the anti-corruption drive in the bureaucracy, terrorism in our midst, not counting the burning issues that come day after day without let up. With half way through in 2018 , do we still have that feel of being pregnant optimists ? Optimism they say, are positive characteristics that increase our overall happiness and promote positive well-being at the same reducing depression and chronic stress. Optimists are grateful and thankful for all their blessings. They don't complain when something bad

happens. They feel that nothing can hold them back from achieving success and reaching their goals. They believe in abundance, and optimists are confident that the world offers plenty of opportunities for everyone to succeed. Optimism therefore is a skill of emotional intelligence. Positive thoughts, an optimistic outlook, and overall happiness can advance our struggle to become a nation of peace and prosperity. As we count the days of 2018 , what optimism can we look forward in 2019? A noted economist had painted good reasons to be optimistic based on the significant positive gains registered by the national economy in the last two years.

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We had an awful stuff that happened over the last 12 months, the worst was the war in Marawi, but we had managed to stay alive and well, kicking our dirty ass. Basically, we are a bunch of hardy people with an unbelievably resilient, longsuffering, good-natured and uber friendly kind of national attitude. We are ingenious and a bunch of survivors. And at the end of the day, the Filipinos will just shake off the dirt from their clothes and thongs, and go about their daily grind. See Shifting, page 11

A Deeper View

Combined wisdom

It doesn’t need rocket science to understand that the combined wisdom of the country’s law school deans, professors and six Supreme Court justices is far better than the wisdom of eight justices who have proved themselves to be rogues in robe in regard the unconstitutional removal of Chief Justice Ma. Lourdes Sereno from office through quo warranto proceedings. That the eight Supreme Court justices have proved themselves rogues in robe is beyond any iota of doubt when they granted the quo warranto petition after making public their contempt for their Chief Justice whose appointment frustrated their dream of occupying her seat in their lifetime. Apologists of the eight rogues in robe are pleading that we first read the

majority decision and listen to reason why such unconstitutionality was reached. In social media language this plea of the apologists is called troll whose intention is simply to divert from the patent unconstitutional majority decision. We should not even give the apologists’ diversionary tactic a chance to see light. It should be nipped in the bud, meaning, no discussion should be had to give credence to the constitutionally infirmed majority decision. That the majority decision is unconstitutional is fact. Not because there were eight justices who said it is not unconstitutional makes the majority decision constitutional. The combined legal wisdom of the law school deans, professors and six justices who said

the quo warranto petition is not the constitutional way to unseat constitutional officials such as the chief justice settled this issue in a very convincing manner. The majority decision could be likened to the Supreme Court sitting as the Presidential Electoral Tribunal unseating Vice President Leni Robredo from her post because in the manual recounting of the protested votes the 25 percent shading threshold no longer applies but the higher 50 percent threshold. The established constitutional manner in removing the chief justice is through impeachment. The established shading threshold that the automated machines could read was set at 25 percent on the day of election. Could both be changed because of the

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whimsical and capricious say-so of the majority of the Supreme Court Justices? But going beyond the unconstitutionality of the majority decision lurks the bigger evil that we should all be alarmed and frightened about. The majority decision proved to all and sundry that we are no longer a country of laws but a country of men for it can’t be denied the sole person that led us all to this is President Rodrigo Roa Duterte. It is a settled fact that PDU30 declared himself Sereno’s enemy and See wisdom, page 11

An Advocacy

A call to action: Rotary anti-drug addiction drive

THE TRUTH: D rug - Ad d i c t i on h a s plagued many countries throughout the world. Many countries in Latin America were and still are controlled by Narco-Politics. In the United States this is a serious problem in many of its States. In Europe, Africa and Asia this has eaten up many of their youth and many crimes were and are being committed by those addicted. In the Philippines this has been neglected and tolerated in the la st three decades, compelling our President to declare a War on Drugs. Correspondingly, several Human Rights groups, the EU, and several Kibitzers have condemned the country as a "killing field", not

knowing or fully appreciating the DRUG PLAGUE that has mushroomed due to government and community tolerance. THIS HAS TO STOP NOW. We are all proud that as Rotarians we have significantly contributed to the elimination of Polio throughout the world. It is now almost 100%. But mostly we just contributed money annually and only an insignificant number has personally experienced the "elimination". It is now compelling that we address ourselves as Rotarians to the DRUG PLAGUE. FAIRNESS: As Rotarians we know deep in our hearts that it is not FAIR to shy away

from the problem on Drug Addiction. It is not fair that we leave our Government to pursue the War on Drugs without us doing community involvement to prevent addiction, in the first place, and render unnecessary the War on Drugs, when the Philippines, as in Polio, becomes Drug-Free. It will tremendously create and promote Goodwill and Better Friendship when we as Rotarians devote part of our time and program to the prevention of DrugAddiction in our respective NEIGHBORHOODS, our Sitios, our Barangays, our Villages, our Communities. Yes, it will promote Goodwill and Better Friendship if we coordinate not only with Government entities but

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more so with the Churches and Religious groups. Let us create FULL AWARENESS in our respective areas on the EVILS of Drug-Addiction. Let us offer alternative avenues towards satisfying "youthful exuberance" with programs away from drugs. BENEFICIALITY: Definitely all the foregoing, pursued with the consuming dedication of a TRUE ROTARIAN, will benefit ALL. And succeeding as we did with Polio, government resources (taxpayers' money-our money) can be devoted more to free education in See addiction, page 11


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What’s your idea of the of the 21st century learner? By Zenith E. Gonzaga, Teacher, 111 Halapitan Central Elementary School

Several of my classes have asked me to put things in the perspective or to take into account the 21st century learner. This got me thinking, exactly who is this mysterious 21st century learner? In the content of K-12 and undergraduate edu-

cation, the 21st century learner might also be called “the next generation” or “digital natives” and is often defined as those born after 1980 (that is, after the realization of the personal computer). There have been many generalizations about this group, such as their increased

ability to multi-task and they increased aptitude for the use of technology; however, many of these g e n e r a l i z at i o n s h av e failed to be proven as true when tested using current research methodologies. This indicates that either the generalizations are false, or there is an inadequacy in research methods (Corrin, Lockyer, & Bennett,

2010). Now, my area of interest is more at the graduate and work-place learning level – so the 21st-century learner in that context is not necessarily the “next generation” or “digital natives”, rather it is the lifelong learner, who is drawn to both formal and informal opportunities to learn. “Few of us today will have a fixed, single

career; instead, we are likely to follow a trajectory that encompasses multiple careers” (Brown & Adler, 2008, p. 18). This need to constantly re-train changes the way we need to approach education. Even those who do not change their careers need to constantly update their skills to align with the changed in technology.

So, in answer to the question, who is the 21st centur y learner? The answer is simple, “I am” and “you are”. If we want to sur vive in today’s knowledge economy (or tomorrow’s knowledge economy depending on your perspective), then you need to be a lifelong learner and you need to learn to adapt to the rapid pace of change.

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Applicant(s)Petitioner(s) request/s authority to extend the Validity of a Certificate of Public Convenience to operate UV EXPRESS SERVICE on the line Cagayan de Oro City to Laguindingan AIRPORT and vice versa with the use of two(2)units. This application/petition shall be considered by this Board on May 24, 2018 at 3;30 P.M. at this Board on which date Applicant(s)Petition(s) shall formally submit his/her/thier evidence. The Applicant(s)Petition(s) shall publish said at least FIVE(5) DAYS prior to the date of hearing in a daily newspaper of general circulation in the Mindanao Island. Party(s)opposed to the approval/granting of the application/petition must file his/her/thier written opposition with supporting documents, unless this Board deems it necessary to require additional documentary evidence and /or his/ her/thier oral testimony(s). N.B. FAILURE TO APPEAR AT THE SCHEDULED DATE AND TIME OF HEARING SHALL MEAN THE DISMISSAL OF THE APPLICATION/PETITION. Issued this day of May 2018 at Cagayan de Oro City, Phillipines

Applicant(s)Petitioner(s) request/s authority to extend the Validity of a Certificate of Public Convenience to operate TH FREIGHT on the line; Within Iligan City and from said place to any point in Region X Accessible to motor vehicle traffic and vice versa with the use of One(1) units. This application/petition shall be considered by this Board on May 24, 2018 at 3;30 P.M. at this Board on which date Applicant(s)Petition(s) shall formally submit his/her/thier evidence. The Applicant(s)Petition(s) shall publish said at least FIVE(5) DAYS prior to the date of hearing in a daily newspaper of general circulation in the Mindanao Island. Party(s)opposed to the approval/granting of the application/petition must file his/her/thier written opposition with supporting documents, unless this Board deems it necessary to require additional documentary evidence and /or his/ her/thier oral testimony(s). N.B. FAILURE TO APPEAR AT THE SCHEDULED DATE AND TIME OF HEARING SHALL MEAN THE DISMISSAL OF THE APPLICATION/PETITION. Issued this10th day of May 2018 at Cagayan de Oro City, Phillipines

(Sgd.) AMINODEN D. GURO Regional Director

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(Sgd.) AMINODEN D. GURO Regional Director MDN: May 16, 2018

NOTICE OF HEARING Applicant(s)Petitioner(s) request/s authority to extend the Validity of a Certificate of Public Convenience to operate TH FREIGHTSERVICE on the line;Within Cagayan de Oro City and from said place to any point in Region X Accessible to motor vehicle traffic and vice versa with the use of one(1)units. This application/petition shall be considered by this Board on May 24, 2018 at 3;30 P.M. at this Board on which date Applicant(s)Petition(s) shall formally submit his/her/thier evidence. The Applicant(s)Petition(s) shall publish said at least FIVE(5) DAYS prior to the date of hearing in a daily newspaper of general circulation in the Mindanao Island. Party(s)opposed to the approval/granting of the application/petition must file his/her/thier written opposition with supporting documents, unless this Board deems it necessary to require additional documentary evidence and /or his/ her/thier oral testimony(s). N.B. FAILURE TO APPEAR AT THE SCHEDULED DATE AND TIME OF HEARING SHALL MEAN THE DISMISSAL OF THE APPLICATION/PETITION. Issued this day of May 2018 at Cagayan de Oro City, Phillipines (Sgd.) AMINODEN D. GURO Regional Director MDN: May 16, 2018

Republic of the Philippines Department of Transportation LAND TRANSPORTATION FRANCHISING & REGULATORY BOARD Regional Office No. 10, Apovel, Bulua, Cagayan de Oro City EMELIA LUSTADO Applicant/s

CASE NO. R10-EV-TX 2018-05-1662

Republic of the Philippines Department of Transportation LAND TRANSPORTATION FRANCHISING & REGULATORY BOARD Regional Office No. 10, Apovel, Bulua, Cagayan de Oro City ANTONIO A. TAN CASE NO. R10-NC- PA- TH Applicant/s 2018-05-1694

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Applicant(s)Petitioner(s) request/s authority to extend the Validity of a Certificate of Public Convenience to operate PUJ SERVICE on the line; Cogon Market to Lapasan and vice versa with the use of One(1)units. This application/petition shall be considered by this Board on May 24, 2018 at 3;30 P.M. at this Board on which date Applicant(s)Petition(s) shall formally submit his/her/thier evidence. The Applicant(s)Petition(s) shall publish said at least FIVE(5) DAYS prior to the date of hearing in a daily newspaper of general circulation in the Mindanao Island. Party(s)opposed to the approval/granting of the application/petition must file his/her/thier written opposition with supporting documents, unless this Board deems it necessary to require additional documentary evidence and /or his/ her/thier oral testimony(s). N.B. FAILURE TO APPEAR AT THE SCHEDULED DATE AND TIME OF HEARING SHALL MEAN THE DISMISSAL OF THE APPLICATION/PETITION. Issued this10th day of May 2018 at Cagayan de Oro City, Phillipines

Applicant(s)Petitioner(s) request/s authority to extend the Validity of a Certificate of Public Convenience to operate AIRCON TAXI SERVICE on the line; Within Cagayan de Oro City and from said place to any point in Region X and vice versa with the use of TWO(2)units. This application/petition shall be considered by this Board on May 24, 2018 at 3;30 P.M. at this Board on which date Applicant(s)Petition(s) shall formally submit his/her/thier evidence. The Applicant(s)Petition(s) shall publish said at least FIVE(5) DAYS prior to the date of hearing in a daily newspaper of general circulation in the Mindanao Island. Party(s)opposed to the approval/granting of the application/petition must file his/her/thier written opposition with supporting documents, unless this Board deems it necessary to require additional documentary evidence and /or his/ her/thier oral testimony(s). N.B. FAILURE TO APPEAR AT THE SCHEDULED DATE AND TIME OF HEARING SHALL MEAN THE DISMISSAL OF THE APPLICATION/PETITION. Issued this10th day of May 2018 at Cagayan de Oro City, Phillipines

Applicant(s)Petitioner(s) request/s authority for the issuance of Certificate of Public Convenience to operate TH FREIGHT SERVICE on the line; Within Cagayan de Oro City and from said place to any point in Region X accessible to motor vehicle traffic and vice versa with the use of one(1)units. This application/petition shall be considered by this Board on May 23, 2018 at 2;30 P.M. at this Board on which date Applicant(s)Petition(s) shall formally submit his/her/thier evidence. The Applicant(s)Petition(s) shall publish said at least FIVE(5) DAYS prior to the date of hearing in a daily newspaper of general circulation in the Mindanao Island. Party(s)opposed to the approval/granting of the application/petition must file his/her/thier written opposition with supporting documents, unless this Board deems it necessary to require additional documentary evidence and /or his/ her/thier oral testimony(s). N.B. FAILURE TO APPEAR AT THE SCHEDULED DATE AND TIME OF HEARING SHALL MEAN THE DISMISSAL OF THE APPLICATION/PETITION. Issued this11th day of May 2018 at Cagayan de Oro City, Phillipines

(Sgd.) AMINODEN D. GURO Regional Director

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Isuzu mu-X owners embark on an epic Catanduanes Tour On a road trip that spanned over 1,000 kilometers, members of the mu-X Owners Philippines (muXOP) and their families, on board 20 units of the Isuzu mu-X SUV, successfully completed another epic adventure, this time to the picturesque island province of Catanduanes. Coming along for the trip were representatives of Isuzu Philippines Corporation and members of the motoring media who rode a mu-X LSA Automatic 4×2 and a mu-X LSA Manual Transmission 4×2 variant powered by Isuzu’s newest and most efficient diesel engine, the BluePower RZ4E. The trip started at the Petron KM 44 Southbound service station on the South Luzon Expressway in Calamba, Laguna, leading to an early morning roll-on roll-off (RORO) trip from Tabaco Port in Albay Province to the San Andres Port in Catanduanes. Catanduanes, the country’s 12th largest island and a “maogma” (happy) place for the locals, also dished out wondrous sights as the convoy circumnavigated the island that weekend. The highlight of the 150-km island loop was the stop at Binurong Point, which revealed to visitors standing at the edge of a 200-foothigh seaside cliff a breathtaking view of the open Pacific Ocean.

All throughout, the reliable SUVs of muXOP provided reliable, consistent power and stability to negotiate the tricky twists and turns of the mountain and coastal roads. The mu-X offered enough comfortable space for entire families and their heavy luggage, and still leave room for the mandatory “pasalubong”. muXOP, headed by Mr. Val Estor, explained that the barely yearold Club which already counts over 2,000 members has been actively engaging in group tours and humanitarian missions, the most recent of which was when the club delivered relief goods to those displaced by the recent eruption of Mount Mayon. The new RZ4E engine, Val noted, would motivate mu-X owners to embark on more trips, what with the vastly improved fuel efficiency, significantly reduced noise and vibration, and cleaner emissions. The Isuzu RZ4E engine is the result of the Japanese carmaker’s 6 years of extensive research, and represents Isuzu’s first foray into smaller engines but with higher outputs. Even while capable of generating maximum 150 PS of power and 350 Nm of torque, the RZ4E-powered mu-X has been recorded to yield up to 37 km per liter on highway runs. The RZ4E engine is also 60 kg lighter than the previous

4JJ1 engine, meets Euro4 emission standards, and is noticeably quieter. Occupants of the two RZ4E-powered mu-X SUVs noted that they were able to keep pace with the rest of the convoy despite being loaded with passengers, luggage, camera equipment, and native pasalubong, and still manage to get a respectable fuel mileage of 17.63 km/liter for the automatic, and 14.37km/ liter for the manual. Indeed, “less is more” with the new Isuzu mu-X powered by the innovative BluePower, Euro4 emissionstandard 1.9-liter RZ4E diesel engine. With the introductory price of P1,595 million for the RZ4E LSA AT 4×2, P1.570

million for the RZ4E LSA MT 4×2, and P1.395 million for the entrylevel variant RZ4E LS MT 4×2, one not only saves

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Village polls in Davao region ‘peaceful’ DAVAO CITY--Police and the military authorities declared as peaceful the barangay and Sangguniang KaDEED OF EXTRAJUDICIAL SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE Notice is hereby given that the intestate estate of JOSE BROWN TAMULA who died on April 4, 2018 at Los Angeles, California, U.S.A, that deceased left the following property, to wit: BANK ACCOUNT maintained with BANCO DE ORO branch of RN Abejuela-Velez Sts. CDOC in the amount of P208,305.02 plus interest accruing; Is the subject of DEED OF EXTRAJUDICIAL SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE; made and entered into by and among the HEIRS; We have agreed to waive our share in the aforementioned property in favor of IVY ANN TAMULA CAYME; Under Notary Public of Atty. Edgardo Y. Raagas; as Per Doc. No. 113; Page No. 23; Book No. 47; Series of 2018.

bataan elections across the Davao region on Monday. This despite the break out of violence between the supporters of opposing barangay captain candidates in Barangay 23-C Isla Verde on Saturday night, including Sunday’s police operation that killed the incumbent

By Zenith E. Gonzaga, Teacher, 111 Halapitan Central Elementary School

EXTRAJUDICIAL SETTLEMENT WITH WAIVER Notice is hereby given that the intestate estate of DEMOCRITA LLAMERA GATUS who died on September 21, 2017 in Cagayan de Oro City,That at the time of her death, left three (3) parcels of conjugal properties which are located in Bulua, Cagayan de Oro City, which are particularly described as follow: PARCEL I (TITLE: TCT-12861), Lot 5940B-1, Psd(LRC) 133808, containing an area of 500 sq.m. with Tax Declaration No. G-154409; PARCEL II (TITLE: TCT-48349), Lot 5940-B-2, Psd(LRC) 133808, containing an area of 422sq.m. with Tax Declaration No. G-154411; PARCEL III (TITLE: TCT-159268), Lot 5940-C-1, Psd(LRC) 177854, containing an area of 434 sq.m. with Tax Declaration No. G-154414; Is the subject of EXTRAJUDICIAL SETTLEMENT WITH WAIVER; made and entered into by and among the HEIRS;The heirs voluntarily agreed to waive their individual entitlements, rights and ownership to the common entitlements, rights and ownership of Jodem Gatus and Joey Gatus; Under Notary Public of Atty. Braulio L. Rugay, Jr.; as Per Doc. No. 95; Page No. 19; Book No. LV; Series of 2017.

MDN: May 9, 16 & 23, 2018

DEED OF EXTRAJUDICIAL SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE Notice is hereby given that the intestate estate of JOSE BROWN TAMULA who died on April 4, 2018 at Los Angeles, California, U.S.A, that deceased left the following property, to wit: A BANK ACCOUNT maintained with Philippine National Bank (PNB) branch Corrales Street, Cagayan de Oro City in the amount of ONE HUNDRED SIXTEEN THOUSAND FOUR HUNDRED SEVENTY AND NINETY NINE CENTS. (P116,470.99) Philippine Currency; Is the subject of DEED OF EXTRAJUDICIAL SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE; made and entered into by and among the HEIRS; We have agreed to waive our shares in the aforementioned property in favor of IVY ANN TAMULA CAYME; Under Notary Public of Atty. Edgardo Y. Raagas; as Per Doc. No. 116; Page No. 24; Book No. 47; Series of 2018.

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Police and army commanders man the Regional Election Monitoring Action Center (REMAC) at Camp Catittipan, Davao City. PNA - Davao

barangay captain of Barangay Pangyan, Calinan District, here. Barangay 23-C was heavily guarded by police and the Task Force Davao after the Commission on Elections (Comelec) imposed a 10 p.m. curfew on Sunday.

The curfew will be lifted after the final counting of votes, Comelec said. Police also reported a commotion in Barangay Tanglaw in Braulio E. Dujali town, Davao del Norte, where the camp of barangay See polls, page 9

Republic of the Philippines LOCAL CIVIL REGISTRY OFFICE PROVINCE OF MISAMIS ORIENTAL Cagayan de Oro City NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC In compliance with Section 5 of R.A. No. 9048, a NOTICE is hereby served to the public that EPE AYAD ABLO has filed with this Office a petition for the change of first name from “RUBY JOY” to “KIRCHE MAY” in the Certificate of Live Birth of RUBY JOY EWAY AYAD who was born on May 31, 1998 in CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY and whose parents are EPE EWAY AYAD and ________________. Any person adversely affected by said petition may file his written opposition with this Office not later than MAY 18, 2018.

(SGD.) EVANGELINE C. TAPANGAN City Civil Registrar MDN: May 9 & 16, 2018

Republic of the Philippines SUPREME COURT 4th SHARI’A CIRCUIT COURT 4th Shari’a Judicial District Iligan City IN RE: JOINT PETITION TO APPROVE AND REGISTER THE DIVORCE OF SPOUSES ARIEL L. ECHAVEZ AND BENJAM MIEZEL B. BACULIO-ECHAVEZ,

Republic of the Philippines SUPREME COURT 4th SHARI’A CIRCUIT COURT 4th Shari’a Judicial District Iligan City CIVIL CASE NO. 2018-040

ARIEL L. ECHAVEZ AND BENJAM MIEZEL B. BACULIO-ECHAVEZ, Petitioners. x---------------------------------/

IN RE: JOINT PETITION TO APPROVE AND REGISTER THE DIVORCE OF SPOUSES ADOLF W. SCHELVIS and JENYLYN OPALLA SCHELVIS,

CIVIL CASE NO. 2018-039

ADOLF W. SCHELVIS and JENYLYN OPALLA SCHELVIS, Petitioners. x----------------------------/

ORDER

ORDER

Before this Court verified joint petition for the approval and registration of the Divorce filed by the petitioners and alleging among others. That petitioners are husband and wife respectively in a marriage performed under Civil rite on April 23, 2008 at Opol Misamis Oriental, both petitioner’s had been converted to Muslim and thereby embraced Islam Religion as their new found faith, by virtue of their respective intellectual choices which were duly registered with this Court, both of them can be served with summons and other legal processes relative to this case at their residence at Demologan, Bacolod, Lanao del Norte and Poblacion, El Salvador City, Misamis Oriental respectively. That said marriage did not last long due to lack of love and affection until the relationship manifested incompatibility and sustained misunderstanding between petitioners and reached the point of irreconcilability and they separated for many years now, they decided to separate live physically in bed and board, thereby executed Memorandum of Agreement in order to formalize their separation. Since their separation, they had never been communicating or supporting either financially or emotionally to each other, neither minding each other affair’s; Petitioner’s seek judicial decree of divorce, thereby, severing their marriage bond on April 23, 2008, so that they will have free hand to do what a single man or woman could do without marital burdens. Reconciliation between them had already been diligently employed but all proved futile. WHEREFORE, finding this petition to be sufficient in form and substance, set the initial hearing of this case on June 8, 2018 at 9:00 a.m. at which time, date and place. Any interested party may appear and show why the petition should not be granted. Let copy of this Order be published in a newspaper of General Circulation in the City of Iligan once a week for three (3) consecutive weeks at the expense of the petitioners. SO ORDERED. Iligan City, Philippines, this 3rd day of May, 2018. .

Before this Court verified joint petition for the approval and registration of the Divorce filed by the petitioners and alleging among others. That petitioners are husband and wife respectively in a marriage performed under Civil rite on August 28, 2007 at Butuan City, both petitioner’s had been converted to Muslim and thereby embraced Islam Religion as their new found faith, by virtue of their respective intellectual choices which were duly registered with this Court, both of them can be served with summons and other legal processes relative to this case at their residence at 109 Tiano Bros St., Cagayan deo Oro City. That said marriage did not last long due to lack of love and affection until the relationship manifested incompatibility and sustained misunderstanding between petitioners and reached the point of irreconcilability and they separated for ten (10) years now, they decided to separate live physically in bed and board, thereby executed Memorandum of Agreement in order to formalize their separation. Since their separation, they had never been communicating or supporting either financially or emotionally to each other, neither minding each other affair’s; Petitioner’s seek judicial decree of divorce, thereby, severing their marriage bond on August 28, 2007, so that they will have free hand to do what a single man or woman could do without marital burdens. Reconciliation between them had already been diligently employed but all proved futile. WHEREFORE, finding this petition to be sufficient in form and substance, set the initial hearing of this case on June 8, 2018 at 9:00 a.m. at which time, date and place. Any interested party may appear and show why the petition should not be granted. Let copy of this Order be published in a newspaper of General Circulation in the City of Iligan once a week for three (3) consecutive weeks at the expense of the petitioners. SO ORDERED. Iligan City, Philippines, this 3rd day of May, 2018.

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(SGD) OSOP M. ALI Presiding Judge

Students Benefit from Summer Reading Camp

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(SGD) OSOP M. ALI Presiding Judge

Republic of the Philippines DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT Regional Office No. 10 Monte Carlo Bldg., RER Phase I Subd., Kauswagan Highway Cagayan de Oro City Telephone No. (088) 857-1930/Fax No. (08822) 72-76-82

M a n y pupils brought extra confidence into the classroom this school year thanks to the support and instruction they received during the district’s first-ever “Read to Achieve” summer camp. With the help of community partners, our Schools provided a sixweek camp-style experience for students in need of additional reading instruction. The program included lots of time to read and enjoy books and used music, computer games, and special outings to emphasize the importance of reading. Teachers whose students participated in the camp believe it made a difference. “I have noticed that students who attended the summer reading camp are expressing a more positive attitude toward reading,” said a friend of mine who is also a teacher from other school. “It is wonderful to see them so motivated and ready to learn. “She added. The reading program served those students w ho’re not go o d i n reading, our principal, planned the camps as a creative and engaging way to improve students’ reading proficiency. “By the end of the c a mp, t h e s t u d e nt s wanted to stay. They didn’t want it to be over,” Maam Grace Esoy said, my visitor who is also a teacher. “It was a great

experience for the students. “She adds. DepEd designed the curriculum to make reading fun. One of the students’ favorite activities was a reading instruction computer game called “Ticket to Read.” The game gave the students an opportunity to earn “coins” as they read and then use the “coins” to build and decorate a virtual clubhouse. Students received three hours of individualized reading instruction each day. In addition to the focused learning time, community partners stepped in to help students have fun. Librarians came each week with their “Fizz, Boom, Read!” summer reading program that included musical performances, read-aloud, skits and experiments. “The children really did enjoy it,” she said. “ The volunteers also enjoyed it. We felt like we were really blessed by it.” Other highlights of the camp program included daily visits to the school library and the opportunity for students to take Accelerated Reader (AR) tests about books they read and carry the AR points they earned. “This truly motivated students to continue to achieve and read more books at the beginning of the school year and has also seen a difference in the students who attended camp.” my coteacher said.

Publication Notice R.A. 10172

NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC Date: May 10, 2018 CCE-0022-2018 In compliance with the publication requirement and pursuant to OCRG Memorandum Circular No. 2013-1 Guidelines in the Implementation of the Administrative Order No. 1 Series of 2012 (IRR on R.A. 10172), notice is hereby served to the public that RUEL M. CONCILLADO has filed with this Office, a petition for correction of entry in sex from “FEMALE” to “MALE” in the Certificate of Live Birth of RUEL M. CANCILLADO at Bangkal, Matanao, Davao del Sur and whose parents are Leodegario A. Cancillado and Remedios Mendez. Any person adversely affected by said petition may file his written opposition with this Office not later than May 25, 2018. (SGD.) NONITA DIONISIO-DALUMPINES Signature over printed name of the C/MCR MDN: May 16 & 23, 2018

NOTICE OF FILING OF APPLICATION FOR ALIEN EMPLOYMENT PERMIT (AEP)

R.A. 10172 Form No. 10.1 (LCRO) Republic of the Philippines Local Civil Registry Office Province: Lanao del Norte City/Municipality: Iligan City NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION In compliance with Section 7 of R. A. 10172, a notice is hereby served to the public that AL-NOR T. BACARAMAN has filed with this Office a petition for Correction of Clerical Error particularly sex from “FEMALE” to “MALE” in the Certificate of Live Birth of ABDULWAJID ACMAD BACARAMAN who was born on 22 August 2013 at Iligan City, Lanao del Norte and whose parents are Raimah S. Acmad and Al-nor T. Bacaraman. Any person adversely affected by said petition may file his written opposition with this office not later than June 2018.

May 15, 2018 SGD. ATTY. JOFFREY M. SUYAO, CESO III Regional Director If you have any information / objection to the above-mentioned application(s), please communicate with the Regional Director. MDN: May 16, 2018

(SGD.) MARIA PURA C. MASCARIÑAS City Civil Registrar

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Brigada Eskwela becomes a byword for school improvement By Zenith E. Gonzaga, Teacher, 111 Halapitan Central Elementary School

THIS 14-year-old program of the Department of Education (DepEd) that brings people together to prepare public school facilities for the opening of classes continues to strengthen the spirit of volunteerism among Filipinos. The weeklong Brigada Eskwela started on May 15 where community service

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chairperson Restie Tabirao allegedly barred the supporters of rival candidate Cocoy Aguiluz from voting. Tabirao’s camp alleged that several of Aguiluz’s supporters were not registered voters in the area. However, the local Comelec officers intervened and confirmed that the persons were in fact duly registered voters in the barangay. Even some remote areas, where authorities expected the New People’s Army (NPA) to launch attacks following the capture of top NPA commander Elizalde Cañete, posted zero inci-

and stakeholders’ participation were the highlights. This activity is a continuing reminder to all of us that the whole community has an essential role to play in the development of our learners. Strong community support is essential to address learning gaps, achieve higher learning outcomes, and school improvement. Last year, the country generated a total of more dents. “So far, no untoward incident was reported,” said 1003rd Brigade Commander Brig Gen Ernesto Torres in an interview at the Regional Election Monitoring Action Center (REMAC). Torres said there was no detected NPA movement to disrupt the elections in Davao City, where the NPA’s Pulang Bagani Command (PBC) 1, which Cañete headed, operates. “We can see a peaceful and credible election,” Torres added. The Davao City Police Office (DCPO) confirmed that as of 4 p.m. 80 percent of the polling precincts in the city have started the

are regular volunteers who stop working when the sun’s heat becomes unbearable. There are compliant volunteers who are driven to work because of an agreement imposed by the chairman of the purok while there are early birds who directly clean the grounds even if the registration desk is not yet open. It was also mentioned about the documenter type who can’t do without taking “selfie” or “groufie” or

shots in every angle of work and there are MVPs (most valuable players) who would bring donations and manpower and gets the task done with his or her command. But all types of volunteers contribute to the success of Brigada Eskwela. After 14 years, the program has become a byword in recognition of its importance, she said mentioning Brigada Eskwela Plus as its product. In school maintenance activities are

done throughout the year. There is a community-led effort to improve participation and performance, and reduce dropout or enrollment to Alternative Learning System. It’s nowadays emphasized the desire of the region to increase the number of implementing schools Hall of Fame awardees. It is not easy though to become a Brigada Eskwela best implementing school.

canvassing of ballots. (Lil- training programs in our calendar that we can conian C. Mellejor/PNA) duct in the coming days for the Boracay residents and our MSMEs,” said DTI from page 10 and the Malay, Aklan Public Undersecretary Zenaida Employment Service Office Maglaya. (PESO)-- are present to Various skills training address the needs of the were offered to the residents residents and local MSMEs. such as screen printing “There are still a lot of and siomai making. There

were also Online Marketing Awareness Seminars and consultations on the government’s Pondo sa

Pagbabago at Pag-Asenso (P3) Financing Program, as well as Trademark Registration.

than seven billion worth of resources which include donated materials and services for maintenance, repairs, and replacements rendered during the weeklong activities. This is about 44 percent increase from the four billion generated in 2015. It is an increasing trend every year for Brigada Eskwela. And each year, new set of volunteers go to schools to serve. There are those he calls champions who work hard whole day and there

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DMCI Holdings nets P4.3-B profit in Q1 MANILA -- Consunji-led diversified engineering conglomerate DMCI Holdings, Inc. booked a 5-percent increase in profit in the first quarter of 2018, as higher coal sales offset the drop in its power generation business. DMCI Holdings said its earnings reached PHP4.3 billion in January to March quarter from PHP4.1 billion the previous year. Consolidated revenues during the same period also grew 8 percent from PHP18.8 billion to PHP20.3 billion. “Our power generation business suffered some setbacks this quarter because of the unplanned outages of Sem-Calaca Power Corporation and Southwest Luzon Power Generation Corporation,” said DMCI Holdings Chairman and President Isidro Consunji in a statement. “But we believe that higher coal sales and average selling prices will more than offset the impact of these outages on our bottom line,” he said. Semirara Mining and Power Corporation (SMPC) recorded a 3-percent increase in net income for the first three months of the year from PHP4.4 billion to PHP4.6 billion, owing to a 24-percent increase in the average selling price of coal. DMCI Holdings said D.M. Consunji, Inc. posted an 85-percent surge in net income share due to the realization of variation orders from projects nearing completion. Net income contribution from Maynilad jumped 12 percent from PHP282 million to PHP315 million, primarily driven by higher billed volume (4.9 percent), coupled with a 2.8-percent inflationary

rate adjustment on its basic charge beginning January 1 this year. Profit share from DMCI Homes declined 11 percent to PHP848 million from PHP950 million during the same period last year due to a slowdown in revenue recognition. Earnings contribution from off-grid energy business DMCI Power fell 12 percent from PHP87 million to PHP76 million attributable mainly to the lower-thanexpected provisional tariff

granted to its Aborlan power plant in Palawan. The company has a pending motion for re-computation with the Energy Regulatory Commission which is expected to be resolved soon. Shipment of higher grade nickel from old stockpile and lower depreciation costs allowed DMCI Mining to deliver strong growth in the first quarter of the year. Its net income contribution grew by 41 percent year on year from PHP32 million to PHP45 million. (PR)

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NEW BANK NOTES. President Rodrigo R. Duterte receives the New Generation Currency (NGC) bank notes and coins from Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas Governor Nestor Espenilla Jr. during a ceremony in Malacañan Palace on May 9, 2018. Joining the President is Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez III. (Rene Lumawag/Presidential Photo)

DTI in full force to help Boracay MSMEs

Boracay products featured during the Aklan Piña and Fiber Festival Trade Fair last April 23-28, 2018.

The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) has unrolled programs and projects to assist Boracay residents, especially the micro, small, and medium entrepreneurs (MSMEs), following the island’s closure last April. “We had taken measures and interventions to assess and address the needs of the residents, especially our micro entrepreneurs and

local workers, even before the actual closure of the island,” said DTI Secretary Ramon Lopez. DTI started a series of consultations on 3 April 2018 with provincial and local government units, as well as business counselors, and conducted surveys among local business owners and workers in Boracay. The respondents iden-

tified and requested assistance in online marketing, accessing new markets for their products, and help in relocating their businesses. Various skills training such as cooking, baking, food processing, and handling were also raised. Some respondents also inquired about the government’s loan programs and financial assistance.

On 23-28 April 2018, DTI participated in the Aklan Piña and Fiber Festival by mounting a trade fair at the Provincial Capitol Grounds of Kalibo, which featured products of MSMEs affected by the closure of Boracay. The trade fair gathered 121 exhibitors comprising of 104 MSMEs and 17 Local Government Units One Town, One Product (OTOP). The trade fair generated total sales of Php 15.206 million, which covers Php 1.564 million-worth of cash sales and Php 13.642 millionworth of booked orders. DTI also brought to Manila the products of eight affected MSMEs from Caticlan and Kalibo. The items were promoted and sold at the Boracay Store of DTI’s Bureau of Domestic Trade and Promotions Showroom. The products featured include banana chips, crispy shrimps, biscocho, cinnamon toast, toasted crunch, ampao, ugoy-ugoy, butter toast, otap, assorted bags,

wallets, coin purses, eyeglass cases, pencil holders, cell phone holders, wood and crochet ball bracelets, abaca envelope packaging material, and piña silk shawl. “We are on the lookout for more ways to assist our MSMEs and those affected by the closure. We are also planning more trade fairs and allocating spaces to promote Boracay products not just in other provinces but also in big cities and tourist destinations. We will be carrying deserving products in our Go Lokal stores and showrooms,” Sec. Lopez said. Meanwhile, the Department opened a One-Stop Operations Center in the island where other government agencies-- including the departments of Labor and Employment (DOLE), Social Works and Welfare (DSWD), Tourism (DOT), as well as the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) See help, page 9

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This positive economic outcome was founded on Duterte’s promise to eradicate crime and corruption. It brought back people’s belief in good governance, and restored investors’ confidence. We are now the fastest growing economy in the ASEAN region and this is mainly due to the resurgence of the country’s sound microeconomic fundamentals and growth prospects. The country posted a 6.8 percent growth hike— slightly lower from the government target of 7.1, yet it is one of the most robust growth pace in three years. Duterte’s China unprecedented pivot and the forging of an independent foreign policy, all in one instance had debunked long held myths about PH-US relations, and thus highlighted a promising PH-China-Russia partnerships. The substantial improvement in peace and order with 80 percent reduction in drug volume and 39 percent drop in crime. The peace and order gains represents a decisive effort at ridding the country of specific crime problems never given so much serious attention before. And based on the latest economic forecast models, the country can hit nine percent GDP growth by 2019, with infrastructure spending from 5 to 6 percent of GDP, funded by new taxes and tax efficiencies. The country’s DNA has shifted its gear and well on its way to greater heights. Belated Happy Mother’s day!(ruffy44_ph2000@yahoo.com)

the higher levels, free health care, more jobs to minimize our people going abroad to work , infrastructure- roads and bridges to the hinterlands to spur the economy, and promote better understanding among our diverse population towards “accommodation” of cultures and possibly ultimate ASSIMILATION and attain PEOPLE UNITED and a stronger State. COURSES OF ACTION: * Examine and study the behavior, character, idiosyncracy and psychology of your neighborhood and relate accordingly; *Coordinate with all Churches and Evangelical Assemblies for ADVOCACY against Drug- Addiction and promotion of family values; *Organize youth assemblies in the neighborhood in coordination with the DSWD, family and Sitio/ Barangay leaders for “instructional purposes”; initiate together with the aforementioned groups athletics and recreational activities within the neighborhood to promote camaraderie; *Consolidate experiences and share with ALL on Club level and undertake all the foregoing as ROTARIANS devoted to SERVICE ABOVE SELF. *Let all Rotary Clubs, Rotary Districts, Rotary Leaders promote the Program on the International Forum for universal adoption like what Rotary International did with Polio.

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thus ordered the fast tracking of her removal from office. What triggered his anger against the chief justice is of no moment. As a lawyer himself, PDU30 knows you do not remove a constitutional official simply because you have declared that official your personal enemy. PDU30, however, has a track record of reacting negatively to foes, real or imagined. Will Sen. Leila Delima be in jail now if he did publicly make his contempt for her courage to stand up to him past and present? What happened at the Supreme Court Friday last week was not just the unconstitutional removal of a sitting chief justice but the massacre of the nation’s institutions. We now have a strongman who did not have to do a Marcos to become such because of the people’s collective default in not opposing his authoritarian ways that started with his popular war on drugs that despite becoming bloody we still remained silent. (jelbacn@yahoo.com; jelbaconii@gmail.com)

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Wednesday, May 16, 2018 tion (NEA) after more than a year of search. Moresco-1’s 50th anniversary kicked off with the a recognition ceremony for its pioneering general managers like Engr. Melvyn Eballe. Guests and honorees included Mr. Bong Pelaez, the son of former Vice President Emmanuel Pelaez who was honored as the “Father” of Rural Electrification Program, and who was instrumental in establishing MORESCO-1 as the first rural elective cooperative in the Philippines. Pelaez was joined by other guests which included governor Bambi Emano; NEA administrator Edgardo Masongsong; and former general manager Julie B. Real. In the afternoon, Moresco-1’s own museum was inaugurated. Moresco-1’s coverage area spans the whole western Misamis Oriental, some barangays in Cagayan de Oro City and the municipality of Talakag, Bukidnon.

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ing votes. Residents said Abuyog camp has offered P2,000 for each voter which is a lot more higher to the offer of Cuyos’bets at P500. The Abulog camp fetched small –scale miners living in far-flung areas with trucks on the eve of elections for them to be able to vote at the polling precincts in public schools. Celso Genon, municipal election officer, admitted there was indeed massive vote buying in this town as they received at least seven complaints on fair election law violations that includes mobile video recording in the polling precincts showing cash were secretly seen exchanging hands. A vendor selling bottled water outside the gates of a public school in Bayugan 3 village disclosed an Abulog supporter offered her P2,000 on the eve of election but she declined since the condition was for her to open the ballot at an onlooker outside the school room. Genon said he noticed an unusual rise of voters at the precinct who were not able to vote since their names cannot be located in the list. As it turned out, many of these eager voters came from other areas and purposely came to Rosario after learning about huge amount of cash in exchange for their votes. Cuyos elder brother, Reynaldo who is incumbent village chair of Bayugan 3 lost by a slim 400 votes against Michael Rhay Hambala, an incumbent village councillor in his early 20s. Chua however clarified there was no vote buying on their part only that people came to them asking help for their transportation expenses and food. “We only helped them exercise their right to suffrage,”Chua said.

The election here in the villages is considered a proxy war among multi-millionaire small scale gold mining tunnel operators seen as a prelude to a hotly-contested fight in next year’s local elections between Cuyos and his new-found nemesis – mining operator Jupiter Abulog. Most of the winners at the Abulog camp are incumbent reelectionists who jumped to the other side of the political fence believed to be fuelled by enticing from page 1 huge logistical support that resting there. We need ranged from P200,000 up to to ambition more, to be at P300,000 for each of them par not just with Asean but apart a higher bid in buyat par with utilities in other Asian countries like Japan,” Caberte said. By DELAILA G. CABAHUG In a press conference T-III during the event, Moresco-1 KALILANGAN NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL general manager Jovel Ubayubay admitted though that “Sa maraming pagka- Iyan ang tanging salita na to acquire more automated kataon sa ating kasaysayan, lumabas sa aking bunganga. equipment would entail napatunayan ang pluma bi- Kumarepas sila nang takbo additional costs that may lang instrumento at tulay sa maliban sa batang patpatin. “trickle down” to consumers. pagbabago.” Ito ang naging Hindi man lang natinag “But the benefits will be kasangkapan ng marami nang ako’y makita. Makikita huge. It will tremendously upang ipaabot ang kanilang mo sa kanyang mga mata bring down electricity rates,” kahilingan. Naging matibay ang galit sa mundo. DahanUbay-ubay said. din itong kasangkapan sa dahan akong lumapit at He added that creating a pagkamit ng kapayapaan iniabot ang aking kamay. Nagdadalawang-isip siyang smart grid network such as at kaunlaran. a remote-operated distribu- Naglalakad ako sa isang ito’y hawakan. Nang mation system is the trend in masikip na daan, pinag- hawakan ko ang kanyang other Asian countries and mamasdan ang bawat ba- magaspang at mabutong Moresco-1 “needs to catch rungbarong na ang bubong palad naramdaman ko ang up in order to be more ay gawa sa lumang yerong galit at kawalang pag-asa sa competitive.” kalawangin na nilagyan ng buhay. Niyakap ko siya at Ubay-ubay also told lumang gulong. Ang dind- tinapik ang kanyang balikat. media that Moresco-1 has ing na pinalibutan nang Sa bawat pintig ng kanyang already provided 100% elec- pinagtagpi-tagping karton. puso ito’y nagpapahiwatig trification of all barangays Ang bawat pamilyang araw- ng pagkasuklam sa mundo. in its franchise area. Only araw ay nakikipagsapalaran Ang hirap na naranasan sa some sitios remain to be sa lansangan, sa basura- bawat hamon sa buhay ang serviced. Last year they have han, sa labas ng simbahan nagtulak upang kumapit brought electric power to upang makadiskarte at may sa patalim. Ang pag-iisa 10 sitios. “This year we are mailagay sa sikmurang ku- ang nagtulak sa kanya na targeting the electrification makalam. Sa aking patuloy sumama sa grupo upang of 40 sitios,” Ubay-ubay na paglalakad nasilayan ko may masabing pamilya. added. ang mga batang humihitit, Nang tanungin ko siya hingUbay-ubay had just been umiinom at sumisinghot gil sa kanyang pamilya wala confirmed Moresco-1 gen- ng rugby. Dahan-dahan siyang naisagot kundi buneral manager by the National akong lumapit sa kanila. tunghininga at ang pagtulo ng iilang butil ng luha sa Electrification Administra- “Hoy.”

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He said the Abulog family has been helping poor residents in any financial needs for so many years.

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had the biggest share with P12.725-B (51.31%), followed by Infra and Services (P11.714-B) and Servicing with P229-B (1%). Four renewable energy (RE) projects in two municipalities in Bukidnon helped push up total investments in the province by 265% compared to its 2016 total and a 20% of the region’s total for the year, second only to Misamis Oriental. The four RE projects totaled P 2.18-B (33% of the province total) followed by the Agri-based Sector with P 1.883-B (28%) and Infra and Services Sector with P 1.255-B (18.78%). Investments in Lanao del Norte declined 25% to P 894.2-million for 2017, compared to 2016, or 2.68%

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of the region’s total. The top ten projects monitored were all located in Iligan City including the expansion of a cement plant, a new mall, and commercial buildings. DTI monitored investments in Misamis Occidental similarly declined by 22% from 2016 to P883.43-million, comprising 2.64% of total regional investments. In contrast, the top five investments in the province totalling P12-million were dispersed to various locations including the municipalities of Calamba, Jimenez and Plaridel, and the cities of Oroquieta and Ozamiz, consisting mostly of the construction of commercial buildings. Not the least, while the island province of Camiguin registered the smallest total investments at P137.3million, it still registered a 72% increase from the 2016 total of P79.94-million for a 0.41% share to the total regional investments monitored.

EXTRAJUDICIAL SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE

Tulay sa Pagbabago kanyang pisngi. “Huwag mong sirain ang iyong buhay.” “ Ipakita mo sa mundo na kahit nag-iisa ka, kaya mong mamuhay nang matino.” “Magba…” Nabit aw an ko ang plumang hawak ko. Nakatulog pala ako habang iniisip ang batang patpatin. Pinulot ko ang pluma at nagsimulang isulat ang kuwento niya. Maaring sa ganitong paraan magising ang ilang mga magulang na pabaya sa kanilang tungkulin sa kanilang mga anak at maging sa mga taong mapang-abuso sa kahinaan ng mga kabataan. Dito maipabatid ko sa lahat lalo na sa kinauukulan na maraming mga kabataan ang napariwara at nasa lansangan na dapat sana ay nasa paaralan at pinaghahandaan ang kanilang magandang kinabukasan. Sa plumang ito maipaabot ko ang kahilingan ng ating mga maliliit na kababayan na sana’y magkaroon ng pagbabago ang kanilang buhay.

Notice is hereby given that the intestate estate of AVELINA RATO ABUEVA & RUPERTO TEVES ABUEVA, who died on July 12, 2015 & September 19, 2015 at Tangub City, Misamis Occidental & Cagayan de Oro City, Misamis Oriental, that the above-named deceased left the following properties which is more particularly described as follows: I. “A parcel of land, (Lot No. 369-B, Psd-10-002241, being a portion of Lot No. 369, Cad 240), situated in Ozamis City, containing an area of FOUR HUNDRED NINETY THREE (493) square meters more or less, registered under Transfer Certificate of Title No. T-25843 and declared under Tax Declaration No. 12-02249”, II. “A parcel of land, Lot No. 1983, Cad-271, situated at Bocator, Tangub, containing an area of FORTY SEVEN THOUSAND SIX HUNDRED NINETY (47, 690) square meters more or less, declared under Tax Declaration No. 113347”, III. “A parcel of land, Lot No. 16829-C-Part, situated at Brgy. III. Tangub, containing an area of SEVEN HUNDRED SEVENTY SEVEN (777) square meters more or less, declared under Tax Declaration No. 111950”, IV. RESIDENTIAL BUILDING “A residential building, constructed on Lot No. 369, Cad. 240, situated in Ozamis City, Misamis Occidental, declared under Tax Declaration No. 12-02249”, V. RESIDENTIAL BUILDING “A residential building, constructed on Lot No. 16829-C-PART, situated in Ozamis City, declared under Tax Declaration No. 111951”; Is the subject of EXTRAJUDICIAL SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE; made and entered into by and among RUBY MAGDALENE A. KAAMIÑO, JOY PETRONA A. ALNGOHURO, and PABLIO R. ABUEVA; Under Notary Public of Atty. Joel A. Alima; as Per Doc. No. 124; Page No. 26; Book No. 57; Series of 2016. MDN: May 16, 23 & 30, 2018


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Cocktail’s Night with Primavera City

Let’s be honest, one of the highlights of any weekends is treating yourself into a well-deserved drink and cocktails are often the best indulgence. Colorful, fruity, fancy – what’s not to love about a perfect cocktail? Last April 27 - Primavera City, the new premier project of the multi-awarded listed green developer Italpinas Development Corporation (IDC) hosted its Mixer’s Night in partnership with Philippine Business Bank. “We are grateful that Philippine Business Bank is our newest partner, this way we can assure that we provided our clients an option to own a sustainable investment with us ” said Lynette Rongo, IDC Senior Sales Manager The gathering was attended by IDC partners such as banks, brokers and sellers, media personnel, various politicians and Primavera City prospect buyers. Primavera City, located

in Uptown Cagayan de Oro, is a pioneering eco-friendly condominium project in Northern Mindanao that offers unit owners a big advantage in energy savings. Built-in with cutting-edge green strategies, Primavera project harnesses the best principles of passive and active energy. Considered as the latest sustainable development in Uptown CDO, Primavera City will harness passive cooling technology using shadow and sunlight control, wind cooling and shape performance, featuring renewable energy that will be produced from semitransparent photovoltaic panels found on the roof and external, east-side, walls. Primavera City is designed as a seven-tower development. The first phase of the project, Towers A and B will consist of residential, commercial and office spaces. Towers A and B together will have 281 residential units composed of a studio, one-bedroom, and two-bedroom units.

The commercial podium will have restaurants, office and commercial spaces such as convenience stores,

banks, to name a few located on the first three floors of the towers. The first phase of the

project is scheduled to be completed in the last quarter of 2018. Its seventh tower, the final one to be built, is

planned to be a high rise hotel and an icon of the new and modern face of uptown CDO.

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